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Five Things to Know About Cancer Screenings

According to the CDC, screening every two years reduces breast cancer deaths by 26 percent for every 1,000 women screened. Here’s what you need to know.

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As New CEO of the American Cancer Society, Dr. Karen E. Knudsen is Ready to Hit the Ground Running

The American Cancer Society has a new CEO, and as she begins her role, she’s hopeful for the organization’s future

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Cancer in the Time of COVID-19

Cancer doesn’t stop just because there’s another global health crisis. Here, six stories from doctors, patients, volunteers and others who stepped up in a time of great need.

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Free Screenings Could Significantly Reduce Cancer in Philly, But Experts Say We Have a Long Way to Go

If cancer is caught early, survival rates go up and the cost and time of treatment go down.

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How to Build Healthy Habits—Even in Quarantine

Simple ways to keep your health and wellness in check, no matter what life throws your way.

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Living With Stage 4 Breast Cancer: One Mom’s Story

Metastatic breast cancer survivor Erica Griffiths is finding determination, hope and joy amid a years-long battle.

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5 Ways to Stay Mindful When You’re Sick

Meditation is a skill you can bring with you anywhere.

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Overcoming the Screening Gap

The American Cancer Society’s Amate a Ti Misma initiative provides underinsured and uninsured women with free screenings.

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6 Things to Know About Getting a Mammogram

Here’s why you should skip the deodorant and wear a t-shirt.

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Bold, Bald, Beautiful: Breast Cancer Survivors Embrace Their Stories

How a photoshoot restored confidence for breast cancer survivors.

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